God is Omnipotent (All powerful)

Since God is all-powerful, nothing is difficult for Him. Even the enormous power to create the universe was just “finger-work” for Him (Psalm 8:3).

The Prophet Jeremiah said: “O Sovereign Lord! You have made the heavens and earth by Your great power. Nothing is too hard for You!” (Jeremiah 32:17).

When you talk to your Father, humbly realize He can do anything. And, although He cares about every detail in your life, think about how small your problems are when compared with how awesome He is!

God is Immutable (Unchanging)

Since we are always changing our minds or moods…it is hard to imagine a God that is always the same, “yesterday, today…and forever!” (Hebrews 13:8).

When you talk to your Father, think about the fact that because He never changes…his love for you also never changes. It doesn’t fluctuate with your emotions or deeds. It is also important to understand that because God never changes…his Word will never change!

God is Holy (Righteous and Set Apart)

God has never thought an unrighteous thought…and never will! He is absolutely pure and perfect in every way! (See Psalm 145:17.)

Sin is the exact opposite of God’s nature…and without Christ’s death for you on the cross, you would be totally rejected from his presence. God’s holiness is beyond explanation.

** Read Revelation 20:12-15, and write down your thoughts:



When you talk to your Father, think about his holiness and righteousness…and how Jesus has made it possible for you to come directly into his awesome presence.

God is Just (Perfectly Fair)

God is the Supreme Judge of the universe. He cannot make a mistake…and is always totally fair. There is no “Court of Appeals!” (See Jeremiah 9:24.) God cannot “look the other way” regarding your sin.

When you talk to your Father, think about the fact that He will always be fair by his perfect standard. You need to trust Him even when you think He has been unfair. (See Genesis 18:25.)

God is Love (Unconditional Acceptance)

God will never love you less…and He cannot love you more! The Bible tells us that God doesn’t just have love…“He is love!” (1 John 4:16).

The fact that your Father sent Jesus to suffer and die for you on the cross illustrates the depth of his love for you (1 John 3:1).

When you talk to your Father, think about the high price He paid for your salvation, even though you will never fully understand it or appreciate it. Then thank Him!

God is Truth (Totally Trustworthy)

God cannot lie. Everything He says is true (Titus 1:2).

Q Who claimed to be the “Truth” in John 14:6?



Q What does Jesus say is the “Truth” in John 17:17?



Since God is “Truth”, you can always count on Him…and you can always trust his promises to you!

When you talk to your Father, thank Him for the promises in the Bible. Review the promises…one by one…with Him. Tell Him you want to trust Him!

Read and pray David’s prayer in 1 Chronicles 29:11-13.

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